LiberiOS Jailbreak For iOS 11 – 11.1.2 Now Working On iPhone X, 8 and Other Devices
The first certified jailbreak for iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus and other iPhones and iPads running iOS 11 – 11.1.2 is now made available by hacker Jonathan Levin. Dubbed as the ‘LiberiOS’, latest technology news confirmed that the tool presently lets a semi-tethered jailbreak, which was similar to Pangu and Yalu jailbreak for iOS 9 and iOS 10 respectively.
LiberiOS Jailbreak Tool Compatibility
According to Redmond Pie, LiberiOS will give jailbreak on all 64-bit devices that are running on iOS 11.0 through to iOS 11.1.2 OS. This tool doesn’t have support on any devices that are running on pre-iOS 11.0 or after iOS 11.1.2. This instantly rules out the up-to-date iOS 11.2 and iOS 11.2.1 OS.
With that being said, the iPhone 5s, SE, 6, 6s, 6 Plus, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, iPhone X and all 64-bit iPads and 6th-gen iPod touch owners can install the LiberiOS tool. Apart from that, latest technology news reveals that it also has support for Apple TV 4 and Apple TV 4K running tvOS 11.0 to tvOS 11.1.2.
How To Install LiberiOS Jailbreak Tool
Pangu 8 has detailed the step-by-step process of installing the LiberiOS. Here are they:
Step 1: Download the LiberiOS IPA.
Step 2: Afterwards, download the Cydia Impactor tool according to the user’s handset.
Step 3: Connect the device to PC or Mac.
Step 4: Install the IPA through Cydia Impactor. Drag the LiberiOS IPA into the Cydia Impactor. Users will have to provide his Apple ID and the password.
Step 5: It will now install the LiberiOS app on the device. Users will have to trust the LiberiOS app before you can open it. They will have to go to General — > Settings — > Profiles & Device Management — > Trust the Enterprise App.
Step 6: Run the app and tick on the “Do it” button. After few moments, jailbreak process will be finished.
Reminder: Since LiberiOS is a semi-untethered jailbreak, it will be disabled every time the user restarts the device. If they launch any jailbreak tweaks or apps, it will crash. If they want to re-jailbreak, they will just have to open the LiberiOS jailbreak app and do the jailbreak again.
Are you an iOS 64-bit user who tried the LiberiOS jailbreak? Please share your experiences in the comment section below.